The Clean Air Task Force focuses on mitigating CO2 by promoting Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) policies, low-carbon energy innovation, renewable energy, and nuclear power. The Task Force also focuses on high-potency pollutants like methane and black carbon. It is working to ensure implementation of EPA’s rule requiring new coal-fired power plants to be equipped with CCS, and are helping advance CCS in China. The Task Force’s approach to clean power complements our grants to organizations focused primarily on efficiency and renewable energy, and provides key points of contact with conservative and industry energy advocates.
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Grants to this Grantee
for the Federal Power Plant Regulation and Policy project
The Clean Air Task Force utilizes research, education, advocacy, and litigation to reduce air pollution. This project seeks to defend the authority of the EPA to address local air pollution and greenhouse gas pollution from power plants. The project will also engage in administrative advocacy to persuade the EPA to address greenhouse gas emissions from existing power plants.
for general operating support
The Clean Air Task Force uses expert forums and policy advocacy and engages directly with private sector partners to promote policies that protect public health and promote innovation. Its mission is to accelerate zero carbon energy and other climate-beneficial technologies. The Task Force is focusing its efforts on promoting carbon capture use and storage in the United States and China. This grant is related to our work in the coal sector.